In Memoriam: Frank Peters

Francis J. “Frank” Peters, beloved husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather died peacefully at Longhorn Village (Austin, TX ) on October 4, 2020, fittingly on the Feast Day of St. Francis. He was 95 years old. continue reading →

In Memoriam: Jack Smith

Jack Paul Smith passed away peacefully in his home on May 13, 2020. He was 90 years old. continue reading →

In Memoriam: Robert Collins

Robert Clifford Collins, long time Mendham resident, died peacefully at Holly Manor Center on April 27, 2020. He was 96. continue reading →

Borough Declares State of Local Emergency

Governor Murphy Announces Statewide Stay at Home Order, Closure of All Non-Essential Retail Businesses. Learn More.

The Office of the Mayor and the Office of Emergency Management made the decision to declare a local state of emergency to help curtail the possibility of community spread of novel coronavirus. continue reading →

In Memoriam: Robert K. Bretzger, Sr.

Robert K. Bretzger, Sr. passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on June 22, 2019, after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease. Bob was 76 years old. continue reading →

113th Annual Dinner

Saturday, May 18, 2019 — This evening the Mendham Fire Department will celebrate accomplishments occurring in 2018 at its 113h Annual Dinner celebration. continue reading →

NJ Division of Fire Safety Now Mandates 10-Year Sealed Battery Smoke Alarms

The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs’ (DCA) Division of Fire Safety is informing residents of a new smoke alarm regulation, effective January 1, 2019, which requires 10-year sealed battery smoke alarms be installed in homes built before January 1, 1977. continue reading →

How Often Should Wood Burning Fireplaces Be Inspected and Cleaned?

A resident recently asked “How often should wood burning fireplaces be inspected and cleaned?” A great question considering many in our community have wood-burning fireplaces in their homes—there is even one in our firehouse—so we are sharing the response from our Fire Official, Craig Bellamy. continue reading →

Your House Number Should Be Clearly Visible

The importance of having an address number on your home can not be emphasized enough, so we are asking our residents to take a moment to look at your house number. Make sure your numbers and make sure that they are clearly visible from the street.  It will help our department, as well as the police and first aid squad, find you easier and faster in the event of an emergency. continue reading →

Mendham Firefighters to Run in 2018 Tunnel to Towers 5k

On September 30, 2018, a group of Mendham Fire Department members, lead by Capt. Gary Lynch will run in the Tunnel to Towers 5k. While the event continues to grow as each year passes, the goal of the fundraiser remains the same; to not only support first responders and military injured in the line of duty, but also to honor them for their sacrifice to their country. continue reading →